The Field Guides is a sort of a store that keeps records of all the Monsties and Monsters-related information. By checking out these guides, players get to know everything about them, and thus, it will be easier for them to create a strong team. By using Field Guides, you will get the expected base stats, elemental strengths, and weaknesses of each Monsties and Monsters. Thus, this is a very useful guide. Let’s learn how to use Field Guides in Monster Hunter Stories 2.
How to Use Field Guides in Monster Hunter Stories 2
Following is the complete guide to know how to use Field Guides in Monster Hunter Stories 2.
Press the X button on Nintendo Switch to open up your Camp Menu, go to the second page, and select ‘Field Guides’.
Here you will see 3 useful directories.
3. The Book of Genes
Let’s learn in the following what is the information these directories have.
Monstipedia keeps records of all the Monsties you have established bonds with. By using its menu, you will get an outline of all of the Monsties and their stats. Also, you can check the appearance of their eggs. Furthermore, via Catavan, you can head to each Monstie’s territory you have killed.
In this Field Guide, you can find all the information about the Monsters you have met so far in the gameplay. Also, you can check the rarity, weaknesses, stats, and potential loot of each monster. Also, you can track how many of the monsters you have killed. Like Monstipedia, you can also use Catavan to reach the habitats of the monsters you have crushed.
The Book of Genes
In the Book of Genes, it logs information of all genes your Monsties and you have achieved access to. Also, know about the effect of genes and types of Monsties that are well-suited with the gene, and thus the player can know how to use it.
This Field Guide also shows the attack type, required level, and elemental power of each gene.
That’s it for this guide on How to Use Field Guides in Monster Hunter Stories – 2.
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